Dunbartonshire Disability Club Sports Club hosted its annual Wheelchair Challenge last week.

The participants trekked all the way from Dumbarton to Clydebank to celebrate the good work done by local disability sports clubs and organisations to provide opportunities for people with disability to participate in sport in a local, regional, national and international level. The club travelled from Dumbarton East railway station through to Clydebank, a 12km trek to the shopping centre.

West Dunbartonshire Disability Sports Development programme aims to increase sporting opportunities for the disability community by raising awareness of disability sport, improving the communication between partner organisations providing physical activity services and improving access to facilities.

If you would like to know more about further details on disability sport opportunities in West Dunbartonshire visit: www.disabilitysportfinder.org.uk Dunbartonshire Disability Sports Club was created by the local community in March 2010 and is run by a management committee of volunteers.

The club operates from St Peter the Apostle High School, Clydebank on Saturdays, 10am – 12pm.